Use the find a lawyer search above for litigation attorneys in Austin and then contact them to see if they would be interested in contingency (this will not be too likely, but you never know). That and contact the the Austin bar association and see about other attorney contacts.
By the way, don't pitch this as some American Dream issue as that just is just hyperbole and does you no favors if you want a contingent arrangement. This is a business dispute and like all disputes you either resolve this amicably or you go to court. I would hope you had an attorney review all the business agreements so they protected your interests and provided for attorney fees, but I have no idea ( as is the case here, 9.9 times out of 10, you did not have an attorney advise you). Good luck.
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The "American Dream" argument won't work.
It's your "legal arguments" that'll get you the
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